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Stage 1

Seaside Mystery: Part 2

The story so far: Yoshiko is a new student at the Greenwood language school in Brighton. Carlos and Peter are students at the school, too. They meet Yoshiko at a party for new students. Yoshiko can’t go to the beach with Carlos and Peter after the party, because her landlady, Mrs King, wants her to come home at six o’clock. Carlos and Peter say goodbye to Yoshiko. They think Mrs King is a difficult woman.

1 . Responda às perguntas sobre a história relatada acima.

a) Who are Peter and Carlos?

b) Where is the language school?

c) Why does Yoshiko go home after the party?

d) What do Peter and Carlos do after the party?

e) What do they think about Mrs King?

2 . Estas palavras e expressões aparecem na Parte 2 da história. Anote aquelas que você já conhece e tente descobrir o significado das demais enquanto ouve a história.

dark / girlfriend / Spanish / knock / busy / dinner / at the moment / rude / in love / worried / Hurry up! / husband

3 . Ouça a história e relacione corretamente as frases abaixo.

1 Peter wants to

2 Carlos’ girlfriend

3 Peter knows

4 They knock

5 Mrs King Mrs King

6 She says Yoshiko is

7 Peter thinks that

8 Carlos thinks that

9 Carlos thinks Peter

10 Peter is worried

too busy to see them.

where Yoshiko lives.

is in love with Yoshiko.

Mrs King is busy.

is rude.

about Yoshiko.

on the door.

comes from Spain.

opens the door.

go to the beach before it gets dark.

Do you know?

Let’s (contração de Let us) é usado para fazer uma sugestão sobre o que você e outra pessoa deveriam fazer.
‘Let’s have something to eat before we go out.’

Let me também é usado para indicar a outra pessoa o que se quer fazer.
‘Let me drive you to the station.’

4 . Encontre três exemplos com “Let” no áudio da Parte 2 de Seaside Mystery.


Word Bank

busy (adjetivo) = ocupado

dinner (substantivo) = jantar

girlfriend (substantivo) = namorada

knock (verbo) = bater

mind (verbo) = importar-se com

window (substantivo) = janela

worried (adjetivo) = preocupado

wrong (adjetivo) = errado, enganado


Respostas:

Exercício 1

a) They are students at the Greenwood language school.

b) It’s in Brighton.

c) Mrs King / Her landlady wants her home at six o’clock.

d) They go to the beach.

e) They think she is a difficult woman.

Exercício 3

1 Peter wants to go to the beach before it gets dark.

2 Carlos’ girlfriend comes from Spain.

3 Peter knows where Yoshiko lives.

4 They knock on the door.

5 Mrs King opens the door.

6 She says Yoshiko is too busy to see them.

7 Peter thinks that Mrs King is rude.

8 Carlos thinks that Mrs King is busy.

9 Carlos thinks Peter is in love with Yoshiko.

10 Peter is worried about Yoshiko.